The African Energy Chamber is calling on African governments and the judiciary to take actions to shield oil & gas companies and their workers from lawyers trying to take advantage of the Coronavirus pandemic to create instability in the workplace.
In this time of depressed oil Prices and raging scourge of COVID-19, most economic analysts and energy asset operators now agree that 2020 could see negative demand growth for oil globally as industries shut down and countries around the world go on lockdown.
African oil-producing and reliant countries have been among the most hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and declining oil price. In particular, Senegal, Nigeria and Angola continue to face new challenges each day amid the threat of economic fallout.
The AEC promotes and strives to create opportunities for African indigenous companies in the petroleum and power industries. This includes personnel training, job creation, community partnerships, and relationship building.
Governments and Public Sector
Change must be led by active and engaged government departments. The AEC works closely with energy ministries and policy makers to help deliver sustainable, beneficial and profitable energy sector growth.
Put the AEC network to work for your company. We collaborate with companies that are looking to enter or expand in Africa, providing inside-track information and contacts to ensure success. Talk to us about partnerships to drive business forward.
Natural resources are a pedestal for building nations, economies and wealth
Through building a strong network driven by common interests, the African Energy Chamber is determined to improve the landscape of the African energy sector, and explore the continent’s full potential in a way where our people benefit first.Download the Brochure
About the Africa Energy Chamber
The African Energy Chamber (AEC) is the voice of Africa’s energy sector
The leading chamber of successful networks, transactions and partnerships at the helm of Africa’s growing energy industries. The AEC actively promotes the interests of the African continent, its companies and its people.
Partners of the African Energy Chamber have the power to shape Africa’s energy future by promoting growth, fostering collaboration, shaping policy, and providing leadership and guidance in the fast-growing energy sector.
Together, we can shape Africa’s energy future